(1863 - 1944)
Lucien Pissarro was active/lived in France, England. Lucien Pissarro is known for neo-impressionist painting.
Biography Lucien Pissarro
/ pee-ZAHR-roe /
click to hear
Lucien Pissarro (1863-1944)
Born in Paris in 1863, he was the eldest son of Camille Pissarro and Julie Vellay.
A painter in oils and watercolor, wood engraver and lithographer, he began to draw and paint at a very young age. In 1870, during the Franco-Prussian war, the family fled to London, England but returned to Louveciennes, France, in June 1871 and shortly after moving to Pontoise. Through the encouragement, advice and instruction of his father and the presence of his father's friends, Cézanne, Manet and Monet in particular, he began his development as an artist. In 1885, Camille and Lucien became friends with Paul Signac and Georges Seurat whose influence was apparent in the works they exhibited a
... Displaying 750 of 2159 characters.
also viewed by people who viewed Lucien Pissarro